All our fascias and soffits at GB Windows are “Homeline” plastics the industries 1st recycled roofline. This range of environmentally friendly BBA approved recycled fascias and soffits meet and exceed the industries most stringent recycling and sustainability criteria. They feature a virgin PVC-U outer skin with a recycled PVC-U inner core so the finished product looks identical to other rooflines.
They come in a range of 14 foil coloured finishes, all of which are thicker foils than the competition and are protected by Heat Shield technology, as well as being lead and tin free.
Reasons to choose Homeline PVC-U products
- Maintenance free
Homeline uPVC products require little or no maintenance whatsoever once installed.
- Stunning looks
Our uPVC products are available in a wide variety of colours, finishes and styles which compliment a multitude of applications and property styles.
- Superior performance
All uPVC products in the Homeline range have been specifically designed to work in harmony together, to provide stunning looks and superior performance.
HomelineBuilding Products are accredited by the BBA, manufactured in accordance with British Standards and conform to all relevant environmental legislation.
- Thermally efficient
Once installed, our products will provide extra thermal efficiency within homes and buildings helping to reduce carbon emissions.
- Durable yet flexible
All Homeline products are designed to be flexible and easy to use, yet extremely durable and rigid once installed.
Homeline products will not rot, bend, warp or discolour and come with a comprehensive guarantee.
All our guttering is FloPlast PVC-U and comes in black, white, brown and grey and is available in both square and round profiles. As well as this they also come in deep flow for areas of greater water flow and a cast iron effect for those properties looking to keep that traditional appearance.
All FloPlast rainwater systems have been rigorously tested by the BSI, passed with flying colours and were awarded their prestigious Kitemark.